If there was one holiday decoration that I could easily change every year, it would be my wreath. There are endless variations one could use; I am always so inspired by the unique elements that some use in creating a gorgeous wreath. Kim from Tidbits & Twine decorated a gorgeous wreath using boxwood greenery, antlers and a BOA….It looks amazing, you should check it out!
Here are a few of my favorite wreaths:
I love the use of hydrangeas in this wreath. The initial is a cute way to personalize your wreath.
The burlap, glittery pine cones and flocked branches gives the perfect amount of texture to this wreath.
I love the use of burlap, but it’s the shape of this wreath that creates major visual interest!
The blue, green and silver combination is always an eye-catching combination. This is one of my favorite non-traditional Christmas color schemes.
This is just all around gorgeous! The frosted pine cones create a beautiful back drop for the gilded walnuts and bells.
The unique horse shoe shape and pink satin bow create an elegant wreath. I love the simplicity of it!
The color of this bow looks fresh and bright against the bronze and gold elements used in this wreath.
The red cardinals and ornaments add an eye catching pop to this flocked wreath. This would look beautiful against a dark door.
Let me know what you think of these, or if you have a wreath you love that you think would be an inspiration to others. I would love to hear from you!